Florida State University: Resilience Project Customizable Toolkit on Student Resilience
The Institute for Family Violence at FSU hosts the FSU Student Resilience Project which … It was so well received at FSU that they designed a version of their own project—Customizable Toolkit on Student Resilience–that can be adapted by all colleges and universities. The Institute has developed a customizable version of our student resilience project. It is available for licensing by other colleges and universities. Contact the Institute for more information. https://familyvio.csw.fsu.edu/trauma-resilience/customizable-toolkit-student-resilience\
The Institute also offers Professional Certification in Trauma & Resilience https://learningforlife.fsu.edu/professional-certification-trauma-and-resilience/
Level One: Florida State University has launched a new online curriculum for a Professional Certification in Trauma and Resilience: Level One. The curriculum was developed by the Clearinghouse on Trauma & Resilience within the Institute for Family Violence Studies in the College of Social Work. The curriculum enables professionals to develop the knowledge and skills they need to understand the impact of adult and child trauma, along with the keys to resilience. Participants will learn crucial information to improve service delivery to clients, students, human services recipients, patients, and other members of the public. This self-paced curriculum includes 20 hours of course content and ten chapters of research-based readings, case scenarios, multi-media materials, assignments, and quizzes.
Level Two: Florida State University has launched Level Two of our Professional Certification in Trauma and Resilience. This advanced curriculum was developed by the Clearinghouse on Trauma & Resilience within the Institute for Family Violence Studies in the College of Social Work. The curriculum enables professionals to further develop the knowledge and skills they need to understand the impact of individual and community trauma, along with a practical guide to building resilience. In Level Two, participants who have already completed Level One will learn additional crucial information to improve service delivery to clients, students, human services recipients, patients, and other members of the public. This self-paced curriculum includes eight chapters and 15 hours of course content with research-based readings, case scenarios, multi-media materials, assignments, and quizzes.
Loss, Trauma, and Emotion Lab: https://www.tc.columbia.edu/ltelab/
Welcome to the Loss, Trauma, and Emotion Lab, headed by Professor George A Bonanno. Our offices are housed in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. The lab is devoted to the question of how humans cope with loss, potential trauma, and other forms of extreme life events. For the past 25 years, our research has attempted to document the variety of outcomes people show in response to such events as well as the factors that predict these outcomes. We have been especially interested in advancing research and theory about resilience in the face of extreme adversity, and the salutary role played by personality, emotion, and coping and in particular emotional regulation flexibility in moderating how aversive events impact our lives.
“Thrive at UT” App at the University of Texas at Austin is a mobile phone-based application that delivers a broad spectrum of skills-learning to assist with holistic college and university resilience. “The application allows students to explore the topics of community, gratitude, self-compassion, mindfulness, mindset, thoughts and moods. Each topic features an inspirational quote, a short video of UT Austin students sharing their stories, guided exercises, instruction and interactive activities along with the ability to customize daily reminders.” https://utcampuslifeupdate.tumblr.com/post/138480531508/technology-to-thrive-at-ut